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The Ravens brought in six offensive linemen for workouts on Tuesday, including three centers.

The centers included former second-round draft pick Jake Grove, Nick Leckey and Brett Romberg. Grove was drafted by the Raiders in 2004 and signed a five-year, $29.5 million free-agent contract with the Dolphins in 2008, but lost his job to less expensive Joe Berger last summer.

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Also brought in by the Ravens were tackles Kirk Chambers and Scott Kooistra, and guard Kynan Forney.

Obviously, there is a concern about center Matt Birk's health. Neck and shoulders issues sidelined him for most of training camp. His backup, Chris Chester, is starting at right guard.

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